Sony reveals PS5 DualSense controller, Twitter CEO pledges $1B to Covid-19 relief
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In a tweet Sonny reviled the controller by the play station 5 called DualSense.
It's a departure from the Dual shark series of controllers and aims to make the sense of touch of focus for Sonny next console.
Sonny says it changed the angle of the hand triggers to make the controller fell smaller than it is and updated the grade It also reduced the weight of the controller, worked on how make a routine battery longer and added a built in microphone allay so that you can chart with friends without a handset.
Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey said in a tweet on Tuesday he will be moving $1 billion of his Square equity to fund relief for COVID-19.
After the pandemic passes, the money will fund girls health and education as well as universal basic income.
Dorsey shared a Google Sheets link where people can track where the money goes.
And finally WhatsApp is cracking down on messaging forwarding in an effort to control the spread of misinformation linked to the Coronavirus outbreak.
If you get a message that's been forwarded more than five times, you can only forward it to one chat at a time.
Before now you could send such messages to five chats at a time, a limit the Facebook owned messaging service imposed last year.
mob violence and lynchings in India.
were linked to false information that spread on the app.
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